ICNIRP_e_fun: Values for the ICNIRP BSWF as a function of wavelength

Description Usage Arguments Value See Also Examples

Description

This function returns a vector of numeric multipliers that can be used as a weight to calculate effective doses and irradiances. The returned values are on energy based effectiveness relative units. The BSWF is defined for the range 210 nm to 400 nm.

Usage

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ICNIRP_e_fun(w.length)

Arguments

w.length

numeric array of wavelengths (nm)

Value

a numeric array of the same length as w.length with values for the BSWF normalized as in the original source (270 nm) and based on energy effectiveness.

See Also

Other BSWF functions: CH4_e_fun, CH4_q_fun, CIE_e_fun, CIE_q_fun, DNA_GM_q_fun, DNA_P_q_fun, FLAV_q_fun, GEN_G_q_fun, GEN_M_q_fun, GEN_T_q_fun, PG_q_fun

Examples

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ICNIRP_e_fun(210:400)


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